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Debbie Macomber born October 22, in Yakima, Washington is an American author of romance novels and contemporary women's fiction. Six of her novels have become made-for-TV movies and her Cedar Cove series of novel was adapted into the television series of the same name. Macomber is dyslexic and has only a high school education. Determined to be a writer,  she sat in her kitchen in front of a rented typewriter to develop her first few manuscripts, while raising four children. Macomber attended a romance writer's conference, where one of her manuscripts was selected to be publicly critiqued by an editor from Harlequin Enterprises Ltd. The editor tore apart her novel and recommended that she throw it away.
Toggle navigation. Debbie Macomber Facts Debbie Macomber is a bestselling American romance fiction writer who found success with the publication of her very first book Heartsong. Debbie was born on October 22 nd , , In Yakima, Washington. She was dyslexic and couldn't read until she reached grade five, but these challenges did not stop her from achieving her dream of becoming a writer. Debbie completed high school, and went on to have four children before sitting down to write. After several years of rejections Debbie attended a writer's conference where a Harlequin editor critiqued her novel Heartsong and suggested she scrap it. Instead Debbie Macomber sent the manuscript to Silhouette Books.